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Work on Egypt's New Administrative Capital continues

Work on Egypt’s New Administrative Capital continues

Since its official launch in October this year, work on Egypt's new administrative capital is in top gear. The project is located 40km to the east of Cairo, between roads connecting the metropolis to the...
Tema-Akosombo rail project starts December

Tema-Akosombo rail project starts December

Construction of the Tema-Akosombo rail project in Ghana is set to start in December this year, Fredmef Group Limited, a building and civil-electromechanical engineering company spearheading the project has said. The company will be working...
China overtakes US in green energy investment, says report

China overtakes US in green energy investment, says report

China is emerging to be a leader in green energy investment in the world beating a long standing player the United States, a new report released by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial...
Work starts on Egypt's Iconic Tower in new administrative capital

Work starts on Egypt’s Iconic Tower in new administrative capital

Construction of Egypt's Iconic Tower's has begun in earnest in the new administrative capital. Housing minister Asem El Gazzar said construction started with metal structure of the project billed as Africa's tallest tower. The tower...
Xina Solar One CSP plant completes first month of operation

Xina Solar One CSP plant completes first month of operation

The US$880 million Xina concentrated solar power (CSP) plant in Pofadder, South Africa has successfully completed its first month of commercial operation. Mott MacDonald was lenders’ technical advisor during the project’s financing and construction stages...
Environmentalists sue South Africa over air pollution

Environmentalists sue South Africa over air pollution

South Africa will in the coming days be held in a tough legal battle pitting environmentalists in the country who say the government has failed to address high air pollution levels in an area...

Poor countries most hit by climate Change shows report

Developing countries are most impacted by extreme weather events worldwide regularly having to deal with weather catastrophes, a new report has shown. The report by Verisk Maplecroft’s, the Climate Change Vulnerability Index (CCVI) shows that nine of...
South Africa fails to convince US on steel tariff exemption

South Africa fails to convince US on steel tariff exemption

South Africa is not among countries exempted from high steel tariff introduced by the United States in what it says is a move to safeguard its security and economic interests. On Monday this week, President...
South Africa's Guateng resorts to drones to tackle project delays

South Africa’s Guateng resorts to drones to tackle project delays

South Africa's province of Gauteng Monday launched a drone east of Johannesburg near Benoni to monitor construction projects,a top official has said. MEC for Infrastructure Development Jacob Mamabolo exuded confidence that the drone technology will help boost...
Controversy on huge Ethiopian dam deepens after futile meeting

Controversy on huge Ethiopian dam deepens after futile meeting

A meeting that started Saturday to discuss the Grand Ethiopian Dam (GERD), has failed to approve an introductory report by a consultant company on the dam's effects on the two downstream countries- Egypt and...
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